A coronavirus testing centre close to the Dutch capital of Amsterdam appears to have been intentionally targeted after an explosion before the site opened, police have said.
The blast in the town of Bovenkarspel, north of the capital, happened at 6.55am and caused no injuries.
The explosive “must have been placed” there, a police spokesman said.
Windows were shattered in the blast and the metal remains of the explosive were found at the front of the building.
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